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    Re: Literature in the Flanaess: The Travels of Marck Polstar (Score: 1)
    by GVDammerung on Mon, March 21, 2005
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    Hi Scott,

    You are as they say, "a Gentleman and a Scholar." :D This particular article has an interesting genesis, as you may have surmised.

    I was going to do an alternate write-up of Polstar, as I liked your version and I wanted to perpetuate it (given that Dragon 253 was some time ago). Then, a funny thing happened on the way to the word-processor.

    I attended a Thursday Greychat and a "GH Personage of Note" told one of the funniest and most fascinating stories I can remember hearing. It involved two feuding Greyfans and ended with one of the great punchlines I can recall hearing. (I understand Greychat protocol to be "what happens Vegas stays in Vegas" or I would elaborate).

    With that recounted story, Marck Polstar got his own entry and changed personas. And it works within the context of the series as you have noted.

    If the "GH Personage of Note," might read this and wished to elaborate that would be fine, or if either Greyfan wishes to elaborate that would be fine. Otherwise, I'll have to leave it that the Thursday Greychat is often fascinating (particularly if you are new to online fandom such as myself). :D

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